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Will California Senate Bill 902 be chaptered in the 2020 legislative session?

California SB 902 is a housing bill authored by Scott Weiner to add a section to the government code relating to land use to increase the housing supply in California.

The Housing Committee's summary of the bill is

This bill permits a local government to pass an ordinance to zone any parcel up to 10 units of residential density per parcel, at a height specified by the local government in the ordinance, if the parcel is located in a transit-rich area, a jobs-rich area, or an urban infill site, as specified.

SB 902 is supported by sponsor California YIMBY and co-sponsor Habitat for Humanity California.

Will SB 902 be chaptered in the 2020 legislative session?

A definition of "chaptered" (source):

A bill is said to become chaptered if it is approved by the legislature and signed by the Governor. Bills that become law are published as chapters of the Session Laws for that year. For example, California statutes are the chaptered bills. A bill is "chaptered" by the Secretary of State after it has passed through both houses of the Legislature and has been signed by the Governor or becomes law without the Governor's signature.

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